This Really Works!!All you need is a cup of warm water, 1/2 cup sugar, and 2 tablespoons of Borax. Just mix the ingredients together until dissolved, soak a cotton ball with the solution, and place in the line of ants. It totally works!!
There are three harmful toxins that may be present in our home air: Benzene, formaldehyde, and trichloroethylene. These harmful toxins are given off from building materials, certain cleaning products, furniture, paint and more.
To help combat these harmful chemicals, there are certain plants that help remove these toxins, even removing up to 90% of these chemicals in the air in less than 24 hours.
To find out what these 10 houseplants are that can help keep you home free of dangerous toxins, check out the link provided below:
Angelonia Serena – a tough plant that blooms all summer long with blooms that resemble a snapdragon. Angelonia loves the hot, dry conditions of summer, are resistant to disease, & make great cut flowers. They are compact enough for both container and border plantings. If you are searching for a prolific blooming, hot weather (but humid tolerant) plant, give Angelonia a whirl.
Growing the same crop in the same place for many years in a row disproportionately depletes the soil of certain nutrients. With rotation, a crop that leaches the soil of one kind of nutrient is followed during the next growing season by a dissimilar crop that returns that nutrient to the soil or draws a different ratio of nutrients.
DIY test for acidic or alkaline soil. 1.Scoop some soil into a container. Then, add a half-cup of vinegar. If the soil bubbles or fizzes, it's alkaline. 2. If there's no reaction, scoop a fresh soil sample into a second container. Add a half-cup of water and mix. Then, add a half-cup of baking soda. If the soil bubbles or fizzes the soil is highly acidic.
Growing lemongrass is child’s play. All you need to do is plonk the stalks that you buy at the supermarket into a jar filled with about an inch or so of water and just watch it grow! Within just two days you will see the roots sprout and you know you’re on your way to a bountiful lemongrass garden.
This book is full of interesting information about alcohol and plants. If you like to drink interesting mixes or old favorites or if you are just curious about the variety of human use of plants in the production of alcoholic joy, buy it and you will dip into it from time to time for years to come.
I have been so stumped for lighting in our yard, with no outlets available. These are perfect. The strand is so long, I only needed two to string along the whole length of our fence. They charged really quickly, even on a cloudy day. They are not bright enough to actually illuminate anything, but they provide great ambient light.
Choosing flowers for a special occasions can be challenging with all the flower choices available today. If you don’t know what you want, take a look at this flower chart. It’s a handy reference guide to the most commonly used flowers in the cut flower industry and is organized by colour.
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